Miami, Florida. Trade Américas Expo. June 20-21.

by Michael Diaz Jr. on June 14, 2013

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Latin America has become one of the most dynamic growth regions in the world and a hotbed of commercial opportunity.

With a US $4.8 trillion economy, 600 million citizens and a growing middle-class, the countries of Central and South America and the Caribbean represent markets of growing importance for businesses and institutions looking to increase revenues by expanding beyond their home territories.

The Trade Américas initiative is designed to be one of the most effective ways for companies to learn how to connect and engage with Latin America.

There will not be a more important event in North America focused on Latin America in 2013 than the Trade Américas Expo.

The expo is the premier conference and meeting for small-and-medium-sized North American executives interested in learning about the growth opportunities and risks when trading within Mexico, Central and South America and Caribbean markets.

With a US $4.8 trillion economy, 600 million citizens and a growing middle-class, the countries of Central and South America and the Caribbean represent markets of growing importance for businesses and institutions looking to increase revenues by expanding beyond their home territories.

The Trade Américas initiative is designed to be one of the most effective ways for companies to learn how to connect and engage with Latin America.

View PDF agenda.

I will be a featured panelist in a session covering “Regional Trade Agreements: The new architecture for SMES to grow their business beyond borders,” Thursday, June 21, at 9:50AM. Joining me on the panel are Sun-Hung Kwon, Director of the Korea Trade – Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA) in Colombia, Robert Manogue, Director, Office of Bilateral Trade Affairs, U.S. Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs, and Mark Ludwig, Principal, Variant Advisors, and Contributing Editor, Latin Trade.

Trade Américas Expo is hosted in Miami, Florida on June 20-21, 2013 at the  JW Marriott, Brickell Avenue. Hope to see you there.

To learn more, or to register, visit the Trade Américas Expo website.

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